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Mech Tech CCU - first outing

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Mech Tech CCU - first outing

Postby blackhawk5 » 29 Feb 2016, 14:15

I recently bought a 1911 Mech Tech CCU in .460 Rowland. Have a Kimber frame and installed a Burris Fast Fire II red dot on it. Went to the range today for the first time shooting .45 acp. I think I had more fun at the range today than I've had for years shooting this setup. Zeroed easily 1 inch high at 50 yards. I'll eventually shoot some .460 Rowland ammo through the unit, but for now, .45 acp is functioning well and shooting where my red dot puts it. This is a great little setup for home defense, pigs or javalina here in AZ. Using .460 Rowland, I suspect this would be an effective brush deer rifle as well. Glad I made this purchase.

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Re: Mech Tech CCU - first outing

Postby lacoppari » 10 Mar 2017, 07:08

I've had my .460 Rowland CCU for about 18 months now and use it for pig hunting and home defense. Mine has a 3X Vortex Spitfire scope and a 70 Series 1911 lower. I keep it under our bed. If you reload, limit the number of times you reload the same cartridge. When pig hunting I also carry my 1911 .460 Rowland Clark conversion pistol.

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Re: Mech Tech CCU - first outing

Postby fort_maceo » 10 Mar 2017, 16:51

I'm just itching to get my 460 Rowland 1911 CCU ordered. Thanks for sharing your positive experiences with yours!

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